RANDOM WORKING HOLIDAY -BACKPACKER TRAVEL BLOG'S
The following give 'new chums' insight, 'old chums' memories and 'never have done chums' inspiration, of the world of travelling.
Hopefully for 'all', these modern day adventure stories will remind us of our shared 'human' condition, and that even in the hearts of the cynical, hopes and dreams do reside and that the greatest moments in our lives happen when we help each other.
The world is not, 'all about you and me', it's about us.
Tips for backpacking & staying in hostels
Stephanie did fruit picking 2007
Me and Emma worked in a bakery
Picking is not everyones idea of a great day out!
Tale of an illegal fruit picker
Adventures of Stubby
A dedicated working holiday blog site
Zen and the art of backpacking
Airlie Beach Queensland/Jackie&Steve's Mini Adventure
Therefore I Travel - leaving my country pub in Western Australia
The night began with cheap schooners in a backpackers favourite
A Girl Who Wishes She Was Australian interesting insight into all things Australian. Makes interesting reading for Australians too
The Miky Way has the most glitter
Two Small Estonian Girls
Goodbye Daisy & thankyou
Fraser Island 4wd group camping
From Taiwan to Australia and the friends you can make in a tomato packing shed!
Best Time's To Travel Australia
Laidley Fruit Picking More Fruit Picking Laidley
China teaching english
Megumi rides around
Nha Trang, The Best and the Brightest
Latest news on jobs and travel around Australia
If you have any news regarding backpacker jobs around Australia please drop us a line and we will share it with fellow travellers. Happy travelling!!!!
Need a visa for Australia
WHV's can ONLY be applied for; before arriving in Australia. Working Holiday Visa's* can only be granted before you arrive in Australia. For details about applying visit Australia's official website here (www.immi.gov.au) or visit a Travel Agent or an Australian Embassy or Consulate in the country you are in.
If your monthly wage is more than $A450, your employer must contribute an additional sum equal to 9.5% of your wage into a superannuation (pension) account for you. If you entered Australia on an eligible temporary resident visa you can, in most cases, access your contributions when you leave Australia, although the contributions will be taxed.